Health Care Access Webinar – Wed. Oct. 24 at 11 am

Business Forward

On Wednesday, October 24, Business Forward will welcome Arielle Kane, Director of Health Care at the Progressive Policy Institute, for a webinar on health care reform. Kane will discuss how improvements to the Affordable Care Act could create a more stable system that improves access to affordable care for all Americans.

Please join us Wednesday, October 24 for a conversation with Arielle Kane. 


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Here are the details:

Webinar: State of Health Care Access in America

Arielle Kane
Director of Health Care
Progressive Policy Institute

Wednesday, October 24, 2018
2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

Please note: This call is on the record. Please share the invitation with your networks.

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Elizabeth Kerr
Policy and Communications Director



Arielle Kane is the director of health care at PPI. Her research focuses on what comes next for health policy in order to expand access, reduce costs and improve quality. Specifically, she focusses on how innovation in health care can help meet the goals of the triple aim. Prior to joining PPI, she worked at the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions where she researched provider issues, including conducting a survey of health system CEOs on the future of health care; policy issues, including analysis of the recent tax overhaul; and managed a weekly newsletter which provided updates and analysis on health policy and industry news. Arielle also worked in Oregon politics prior to moving to Washington, DC. Arielle received her Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University. She lives in Washington, DC with her bulldog, Hank.



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